Eurocom Launches Mobile Supercomputer
It will feature a user-upgradable, NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super (Non-Max Q) desktop graphics card.
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August 21, 2020
In September 2020, Eurocom will launch its newest Mobile Supercomputer, the Sky Z7 Laptop. It will feature a user-upgradable, NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super (Non-Max Q) desktop graphics card. The laptop will be available with a choice of 10th Generation Intel CPUs up to the i9-10900K on-board CPU. Users are able to configure and reconfigure the Sky Z7 with up to 128 GB of high-speed DDR4 memory and up to 13TB of SSD storage via user-upgradable, easy-to-access internal components. The Eurocom Sky Z7 is a Mobile Supercomputer with easy-to-access internal hardware and battery.
The Eurocom Sky Z7 Mobile Supercomputer uses the Z490 Chipset and LGA 1200 socket technology configurable with powerful desktop GPUs, up to the supercharged NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super (Non-Max Q) desktop GPU, which has 3072 CUDA cores with 8 GB GDDR6 video memory and up to 1,815MHz boost clock.
Via the LGA1200 CPU socket, the Z7 utilizes desktop processors that can be replaced or upgraded as needed. This can be done by users because Eurocom provides easy access to internal components of the Sky Z7. The laptop features 10th generation, 14 nm-based, Intel Comet Lake processors up to the Intel i9-10900K CPU (10 cores/20 threads).
Combining Intel’s latest generation CPUs and NVIDIA’s GPUs, the Eurocom Sky Z7 has power and connectivity to support 4K content creation, 4k gaming and streaming, advanced 3D post-processing and CAD rendering.
Eurocom’s user-upgradable, socket technology gives various options for users replace, upgrade or reconfigure their laptops as they see fit.
Choice of High Speed Displays
Eurocom offers a variety of immersive 17.3-in. displays for the Sky Z7 (IPS and eDP). Users are able to choose across Full HD and 4K displays ranging from 144Hz Full HD (1920x1080), 240Hz FHD and up to 144Hz 4K (3840x2160). Eurocom Sky Z7 users will be able to enjoy displays depending on the response rate and resolution that they require. NVIDIA G-sync is supported in some displays.
The Sky Z7 has 4 SODIMM sockets that supports up to 3200 Mhz DDR4 memory, resulting in up to 128 GB high-speed RAM. The SODIMM sockets are accessible to users and offers upgrades into the future. Eurocom provides easy-to-access components to encourage users to customize their laptops and promotes longevity as users are able to replace and/or upgrade the Memory and Storage in the event of failure or as needed.
Eurocom provides four M.2 storage slots in the Sky Z7 (3 x M.2 NVMe + 1 M.2 SATA) that offer up to a massive 13 TB of SSD (12 TB of NVMe + 1 TB of M.2 SATA) storage. NVMe SSDs can important data/files due to their extremely fast read and write speeds. These M.2 Slots are easily accessible to users and can work with large amounts of data stacks as it can read, write and render massive files rapidly. RAID configurations are also available via NVMe drives (RAID 0,1,5).
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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